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Dear Sir: The plan by the government of Trinidad and Tobago to suddenly amend the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA, 1999) is an undemocratic attempt to frustrate the rights of citizens for transparency and accountability of public authorities. The FOIA has a simple form to fill which has been used by ordinary citizens free of […]
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Saint Lucia police have stressed the importance of people adhering to road safety measures. This follows Monday’s fatal accident that took the life of Faux A Chaud resident, Ted Leriche. Emergency officials said the 25 year old was attempting to cross the Vide Bouteille Highway after climbing the median barrier when he was struck by […]

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St. Lucia’s parliament was in session on Tuesday. As is the norm, a swarm of news teams assembled outside the house of parliament to interview elected members as they make their way to the chamber. Tuesday’s session was heated, as the member for Castries South East Guy Joseph, pushed back against the allegation, that he …
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A fatal accident involving a pedestrian and a car at Vide Bouteille along the Castries – Gros Islet Highway on Monday morning, was about to become an even uglier affair, when the friends of the man who died turned their anger onto the motorist. The man is said to have been attempting to cross the …
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St. Lucia’s Daren Sammy has been named captain of the St. Lucia Stars. The Stars made the official announcement on Saturday June 8th. Sammy will be supported by the likes of Keddy Lesporis, Andre Fletcher, John Campbell, Obed Mc Coy, Lasith Malinga and Kesrick Williams.  The Stars will do their best to dethrone defending champions …
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BBC- Austrian world number four Dominic Thiem has offered to play doubles with Serena Williams at Wimbledon to put their French Open dispute behind them. Thiem had accused Williams of showing “bad personality” after he was asked to relocate a media conference to make way for the 23-time Grand Slam champion. “Probably it was not Serena’s …
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Prime Minister Allen Chastanet is standing his ground in the latest political controversy. The Prime Minister at a Soufriere meeting on Sunday, joked about Philip J. Pierre’s stuttering. This has created a fire-storm on social media, with strong reactions for and against the Prime Minister’s attempt at ridiculing the leader of the opposition.
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